Nora M Findlay, PhD, has recently retired after serving more than twentyfive years as an educator and school-based administrator in Saskatchewan. She is a recipient of a SSHRC (Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council) doctoral fellowship and a CAPSLE (Canadian Association for the Practical Study of Law in Education) fellowship. She has also received a High Commendation Award from the UCEA (University Council for Educational Administration) Centre for the Study of Leadership and Ethics for her doctoral dissertation. Nora has published in a number of periodicals, including the Education & Law Journal and Educational Administration Quarterly, contributed policy analyses to CAPSLE Comments, and co-authored several book chapters on education law. Her scholarly interests include school law, student rights, school safety, Indigenous education, educational administration, and school leadership.